|Morality-free NYTimes homage to would-be killers. How to explain|
the role played by those who write the disgraceful paeans
to violence and hatred?
Menuha Shvat, who has lived in a settlement near here since 1984, long ago lost count of the stones that have hit her car’s reinforced windows. “It’s crazy: I’m going to get pizza, and I’m driving through a war zone,” said Ms. Shvat, who knew a man and his 1-year-old son who died when their car flipped in 2011 after being pelted with stones on Road 60. “It’s a game that can kill.” [Sunday's NYTimes]
Here below is a scene from the real Beit Ummar, as distinct from the disingenuous confection served up yesterday by the editors of the NYTimes. Look closely and you can see the journalists are fully in the picture too, in both senses. Are they cause, effect, neither or both?
|Woman and her baby driving through Beit Ummar experience first-hand encounter|
with boys, their hobbies and the photojournalists of the world's major newspapers
"@rudoren Homage like this one to proud, would-be killers, vengeance-seeking "boys" of 17, raises issues of journalistic ethics, basic decency